- "I read in a book once that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, but I've never been able to believe it. I don't believe a rose would be as nice if it was called a thistle or a skunk-cabbage."
- This article is about a short story collection. You may be looking for "The Road to Yesterday", a short story of the same name.
For Anne and Gilbert Blythe, life in a small village is never dull because of all the entertaining gossip, and what strange and funny tales they hear: about the mischievous twins whose dearest wish comes true when they meet up with a bored and haunted millionaire; or clever Penelope Craig, who considers herself an expert on children — until she adopts a boy of her own; or Timothy Randebrush, a man so eager to keep his brother out of the clutches of a dangerous woman that he spirits her away — only to fall prey to her charms himself. Filled with unexpected surprises, laughter and tears, here are fourteen of the Blythes' favourite tales. (from the 1992 Bantam Books reissue)
- "Canadian Twilight" [poem]
- "An Afternoon with Mr. Jenkins"
- "The Twins Pretend"
- "Fancy's Fool"
- "A Dream Comes True"
- "Penelope Struts Her Theories"
- "The Reconciliation"
- "The Cheated Child"
- "Fool's Errand"
- "The Pot and the Kettle"
- "Here Comes the Bride"
- "Brother Beware"
- "The Road to Yesterday"
- "A Commonplace Woman"
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|Anne of Green Gables series|
| Anne of Green Gables (1908) | Anne of Avonlea (1909) | Anne of the Island (1915) | Anne of Windy Poplars (1936)|
Anne's House of Dreams (1917) | Anne of Ingleside (1939) | Rainbow Valley (1919) | Rilla of Ingleside (1921)
|Spinoffs by L. M. Montgomery|
| Chronicles of Avonlea (1912) | Further Chronicles of Avonlea (1920)|
The Road to Yesterday (1974) | The Blythes Are Quoted (2009)
| The Anne of Green Gables Cookbook (1985) by Kate Macdonald|
Imagining Anne: The Island Scrapbooks of L. M. Montgomery (2008) by Elizabeth Rollins Epperly
Before Green Gables (2008) by Budge Wilson